cuteandcrazy

Cute And Crazy

Columbia, South Carolina · 66 Sales

cuteandcrazy

Cute And Crazy

Columbia, South Carolina 66 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(34)

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Note from shop owner Doing an exchange program in Hong Kong! I'll be back mid-May!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jan 8, 2017

Doing an exchange program in Hong Kong! I'll be back mid-May!

Brandon Yarchuk

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Brandon Yarchuk

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(34)
Chris Cabeza

Chris Cabeza on Feb 15, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This AT-ST charm necklace is fantastic. It is secured tightly to the chain and the mini figure is in perfect condition. Seller had wonderful communication and I recommend this shop!

Chris Cabeza

Chris Cabeza on Feb 15, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This Luke Skywalker charm necklace is fantastic. It is secured tightly to the chain and the mini figure is in perfect condition. Seller had wonderful communication and I recommend this shop!

Kathleen Bryson

Kathleen Bryson on Mar 10, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

The log says not shipped...but it was received late last week. thank you for having the bracelet available.

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About

I believe the words "fun" and "cheap" should not be synonymous when it comes to design.

Being a fashion design student now (who dabbles in jewelry design courses), I have refined my standards for professional construction and quality materials. However, my start with jewelry was quite different from what you will see offered in my shop now.

I began in middle school making kandi bracelets with some friends. I started as an adolescent stringing plastic pony beads onto cheap string, and as I got further into the culture of making that type of product, I started adding toys and charms to my pieces. After a while of working with pre-made bobbles, I started making my own polymer clay charms to add to the beaded necklaces and bracelets.

Eventually, I grew tired of the bulky plastic and wanted to give my charms a chance to shine. I started using glass beads, metal beads, and aluminum chains. After taking a higher level art course in high school, where I used jewelry as an art form and created pieces of a wide range of media, usually incorporating polymer clay in some way, I started creating serious, thoroughly thought-out and well-designed works.

It took me reaching the age of 20 to find a middle ground, and that is what you see now.

While I do make affordable jewelry, I do my best to use decent quality supplies and create durable, long-lasting pieces. Heck, if I can make my bracelets from middle school last until now, I guarantee you my pieces for sale can last you your whole life (with proper care, of course).

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  • Brandon Yarchuk

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I am a 20 year old fashion design student at Kent State University, and I have been making jewelry for about six years now, constantly improving!

Shop policies

Last updated on March 30, 2016
All of my items are either secondhand vintage or made by me. My main goal is to offer unique pieces at reasonable prices so that everybody has a chance to stand out. I do work with materials that I have tested and know will last for years; I do not believe in selling low-quality items.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
Payment
Paypal only.
Shipping
I ship all of my items within 3 business days of your purchase. I will contact you otherwise. I only ship to the US.
Refunds and Exchanges
I do not do refunds. If you feel one is necessary, we can discuss it.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please do not send your item back to me unless we discussed it and I told you to. If you just send it back, I will keep it and assume it is a gift.